Maybe the ampersand cost extra?
Or the typeface didn’t include it 😉
I want, I want, I want…
Why can’t such lovely, and relatively simple, things like this be made today? It is even more compact than the Perfect Pencil.
I wonder what the average person used them for day to day.
It would be generally interesting – at least to me – which pencils have been used most in which decade and for what purpose, especially in times when pencils were more widespread than today (i. e. before they were replaced by ballpoint pens, technical pens etc.).
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